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Friday morning Rangers news and links

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The 2015 Texas Rangers are playoff bound.

Yeah, I am still amazed about that, too...

Texas beat the Angels, 5-3, last night.

T.R. Sullivan has a write-up on yesterday's game.

Anthony Andro's game story talks about the Rangers not getting overly excited about clinching a playoff berth, because their eyes are on winning the division.

Jeff Wilson's game story talks about the Rangers clinching a playoff spot behind a solid start by Derek Holland.

Evan Grant has a game report from yesterday's win, and also has a story on the Rangers reacting to last night's win and making it back to the playoffs.

Gil Lebreton writes about the Rangers just doing a toast last night, saving their real celebration for win they clinch the division.

Tim Cowlishaw says that the Rangers could be a tough team for opponents to deal with in the postseason.

Stefan Stevenson writes that Robinson Chirinos is proving he's ready to go for the playoffs, after missing most of the past two months.

Gerry Fraley asks if, with Chirinos back, the Rangers will break up the undefeated Cole Hamels/Chris Gimenez duo.

Wilson writes about Hamilton making big plays against his former team last night.

The Rangers are selling "Never Ever Quit" shirts, and a portion of the proceeds are going to their seasonal employees.

Sullivan's notes talk about Chirinos, Shin-Soo Choo, Sam Dyson and Adrian Beltre.